Review: Good Luck #4

Written by Matthew  Erman
Art by Steffano Simeone
Letterered by Mike Fiorentino

Reeling from their recent discovery that Joseph is more than what he seems, The Unfortunates must focus on their mission, but in order to have any chance to save the world they must get to the Core.

Meanwhile, the Secretary of Luck and his cronies have invaded the Kismet Zone after our team’s disappearance and may ruin everything.

And what do Ursa and Cassiopeia have to do with the final mission of the Core? “

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Review: Good Luck #3

Written by Matthew  Erman
Art by Steffano Simeone
Letterered by Mike Fiorentino

The Unfortunates finally strike upon some Good Luck, despite disappearing from the Kismet Zone. Will Artie, Cherry, and Hilde uncover the reason behind their disappearance and be able to hold on to their luck, or is time running out for them?

GOOD LUCK #3 features main cover art by artist Jorge Corona (Wynd) and variant covers by famed illustrator Caspar Wijngaard (Home Sick Pilots).”

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Review: Good Luck #2

Written by Matthew  Erman
Art by Steffano Simeone
Letterered by Mike Fiorentino

When Good Luck and Bad Luck collide, will humanity survive? The Unfortunates – teenagers born with zero luck – arrive at the heart of the chaotic, reality-threatening event and are soon confronted by the powerful beings that control Luck – the Constellations! Meanwhile, the Secretary of Probability & Luck has plans of their own… and knows more than they’ve let on.”

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Review: Good Luck #1

Written by Matthew  Erman
Art by Steffano Simeone
Letterered by Mike Fiorentino

What if Luck was quantifiable, and something everyone was born with? Everyone, except the Unfortunates – teenagers born with absolutely zero luck. Now with the world mysteriously plunged into chaos and reality itself threatened, they will be our only hope to save the world. Our last hope is those with no chance of success… the only thing anyone can wish them is Good Luck. A bold new original series for fans of Seven Secrets and Runaways from Matthew Erman (Long Lost, Power Rangers: Sins of the Future) and Stefano Simeone (Mega Man: Fully Charged) about defying fate against impossible odds.”

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